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[texts]Croatans : the lost colony of America - Melton, Frances Jones
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Keywords: Lumbee Indians
Downloads: 152
[texts]The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina : their origin and racial status : a plea for separate schools - Butler, George E
"Brief sketch of a few prominent Indian families of Sampson County" / by Enoch Emanuel and C.D. Brewington: p. 47-65
Keywords: North Caroliniana; Lumbee Indians
Downloads: 179
[texts]The finding of Raleigh's lost colony - Ford, Alexander Hume
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Keywords: Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618; Lumbee Indians
Downloads: 558
[texts]The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina : their origin and racial status : a plea for separate schools - Butler, Geo. E. (George Edwin), 1868-1941
"Brief sketch of a few prominent Indian families of Sampson County" / by Enoch Emanuel and C.D. Brewington: p. 47-65
Keywords: Lumbee Indians; Schools; Indians of North America
Downloads: 182
[texts]Report, condition and tribal rights of the Indians of Robeson and adjoining counties of North Carolina - McPherson, O. M. (Orlando M.)
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Keywords: Indians of North America; Lumbee Indians; Cherokee Indians
Downloads: 248
[texts]Remarks of Hon. John D. Bellamy, of North Carolina, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, February 1, 1900 - Bellamy, John Dillard, 1853-1942
A plea for help for the Croatan Indians
Keywords: Federal aid to Indians -- North Carolina; Lumbee Indians
Downloads: 447
[texts]Sir Walter Raleigh's lost colony. An historical sketch of the attempts of Sir Walter Raleigh to establish a colony in Virginia, with the traditions of an Indian tribe in North Carolina. Indicating the fate of the colony of Englishmen left on Roanoke Island in 1587 - McMillan, Hamilton, 1837-1916

Keywords: Lumbee Indians; Roanoke Colony; Roanoke Island (N.C.) -- History
Downloads: 1,562
[texts]The Life and Times of Henry Berry Lowry - Garry Lewis Barton
Henry Berry Lowry (c. 1845-February 20, 1872?) led an outlaw gang in North Carolina during and after the American Civil War. This book provides biographical information and explains his importance of to the history and culture of the Lumbee Indians. First appeared as weekly installments.
Keywords: Henry Berry Lowry; Lumbee Indians; Robeson County North Carolina; Civil War
Downloads: 141
[texts]The Lumbee Methodists : getting to know them, a folk history - Smith, Joseph Michael
Includes index
Keywords: United Methodist Church (U.S.); Lumbee Indians; Indians of North America; Methodists; Indians of North America
Downloads: 19
[texts]Indians of North Carolina : letter from the secretary of the Interior, transmitting, in response to a Senate resolution of June 30, 1914, a report on the condition and tribal rights of the Indians of Robeson and adjoining counties of North Carolina - McPherson, O. M. (Orlando M.)
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Keywords: Indians of North America; Indians of North America; Indians of North America; Cherokee Indians; Lumbee Indians
Downloads: 416
[texts]Indian Manifesto - Bruce Barton
Collection of newspaper columns by Bruce Barton that appeared in the Carolina Indian Voice from 1973 to 1983.
Keywords: Lumbee Indians; UNC Pembroke; Robeson County; Pembroke; Lumberton; North Carolina; Newspapers
[texts]The Lowrie history : as acted in part by Henry Berry Lowrie, the great North Carolina bandit, with biographical sketch of his associates - Norment, Mary C

Keywords: Lowry, Henry Berry; Lowry family; Crime -- North Carolina Robeson County; Lumbee Indians; Robeson County (N.C.) -- History
Downloads: 1,422
[image]EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge in busiest week with Native Americans, interfaith groups - Greg John Peterson
Challenging an interfaith stake in the worlds environmental future: Million pounds e-waste, Million pills goal of EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge (Chicago, Illinois) - Faith leaders across eight Great Lakes states are urging their members to participate in an Earth Day 2008 challenge to collect one million pounds of electronics and more than one million pills because trust is needed between all people to stop an environmental crisis...
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global warming; grain; indigenous; interfaith; intolerance; l OOdham; lake superior; media; multicultural; nature; planet; pluralism; pollution; prejudice; racism; respect; rivers; species extinction; state of Michigan; sulfide; sulfide mine; sulfuric acid; tree; trees; tribe; truth; wild rice; wildlife; world; world news
Downloads: 122
[movies]Earth Healing Initiative: Faith groups, Native Americans help Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge - Greg John Peterson
Challenging an interfaith stake in the worlds environmental future: Million pounds e-waste; Million pills goal of EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge (Chicago; Illinois) - Faith leaders across eight Great Lakes states are urging their members to participate in an Earth Day 2008 challenge to collect one million pounds of electronics and more than one million pills because trust is needed between all people to stop an environmental crisis...
Keywords: Alton; Beecher; Bellwood; Bolingbrook; Carol Stream; Channahon; Chicago; Elk Grove Village; Elmhurst; Glenview; Joliet; Lockport; Lombard; Mount Prospect; Northbrook; Park Ridge; Romeoville; Shorewood; Villa Park; West Chicago; Wheaton; Woodstock; Columbia City; Hammond; Knox; LaPorte; Fort Wayne; Rushville; Valparaiso; Bay City; Benton Harbor; Bloomfield Hills; Dearborn Heights; East Lansing; Farmington Hills; Goodells; Harbor Springs; Lansing; Midland; Monroe; Royal Oaks; Sault Ste Marie; Southfield; Traverse City; Blaine; Brooklyn Park; Duluth; Eagan; Eden Prairie; Madison; Maple Grove; New Ulm; Saint Cloud; Shakopee; St Louis Park; St Paul; Brockport; Buffalo; Fredonia; Rochester; Grove City; Kent; Perrysburg; Sandusky; Springfield; Toledo; Warren; Erie; Lancaster; Appleton; Brillion; Chilton; Crandon; Manitowoc; Milwaukee (two events); New Holstein; Oshkosh; Plover; Racine; Superior; Waupaca; Medicine Cabinet Clean Out Day; Western Lake Superior Sanitary District; University of Minnesota; Lutheran Campus Ministry; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; WITW; College of Menominee Nation; Earth Day 2008; Earth Healing Initiative; EHI; Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge; EPA; USEAP; United States Environmental Protection Agency; recycle; Chicago; Milwaukee; Cleveland; Cuyahoga County; Ohio; Michigan; Indiana; New York; Syracuse; Pennsylvania; Wisconsin; Illinois; Indiana; Native American; American Indian; First Nations peoples; Indigenous; Earth Keeper Initiative; Earth Keepers; electronics; e-waste; computers; pharmaceuticals; medicines; pills; unwanted; broken; non-profit; volunteer; religion; faith; communities; faith traditions; heritage; tradition; culture; Indigenous peoples; Great Lakes; Lake Michigan; Lake Huron; Lake Superior; Lake Erie; nature; global warming; climate; climate change; wildlife; species; species extinction; river; lake; stream; water; air; poisons; household hazardous waste; HHW; pollution; God; interfaith; ecumenical; pluralism; Jewish; Rome; Pope; Roman Catholic; Bahai; Bahai; Lutheran; Evangelical Lutheran Church of America; ELCA; Presbyterian; United Methodist Church; UU; Universalist Unitarian; northern; Upper Peninsula; Aurora Borealis; ice caps; melting; glacier; news; ABC News; CBS News; NBC News; Fox News; CNN; Cable News Network; newspaper; Tribune; Detroit Free Press; Detroit News; Milwaukee Sentinel; Milwaukee Journal; cell phones; landfill; landfills; mutation; drinking water; world; planet; Duluth; Minnesota; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; tribal; Fort Wayne; Gary; Detroit; New York City; Rev Jon Magnuson; Green Bay; Quechan; Watersmeet; Winnebago; Huron; Kansa; Lumbee; patriotic; Mahican; Upper Peninsula; Pima; Coeur dAlene; Oto; Abenaki; Cross; Hopi; Wahkon; Spokan; Powhatan; medical care; ceremony; church; environment; incinerator; pharmaceutical waste; earth day; proper disposal; faith-based; Pennsylvania; disposal; respect; jesus; Jewish; diocese; green bay; planet; pluralism; Ojibwa; Ojibwe; Chippewa; KBIC; Keweenaw Bay Indian Community; Turtle Island Project; Abenaki; Akime; Akimel; Alabama-Coushatta; Aleut; American Indian; Ann Arbor; Apache; Apalachee; Arapaho; Arikara; Arkansas; Art Neskahi; Assiniboin; Bannock; Blackfoot; Bless; Caddo; Canarsee; Catawba; Cayuga; Cayuse; Cherokee; Cheyenne; Chickasaw; Chinook; Chippewa; Christian; Climate Change; Coeur dAlene; Colville; Comanche; Cortez; Cortez Journal; Cree; Crow; Crow Creek; Dakota; Delaware; Detroit; Diné; Earth; Erie; Eskimo; First Nations Peoples; Great Lakes; Great Sioux Nation; Gros; Haida; Harlan McKosato; Hidatsa; Hoopa; Hopi; Huron; Illinois; Indian; Indigenous Issues; Indigenous Peoples; KBIC; Keweenaw Bay Indian Community; Kickapoo; Kiowa; Klallam; Klamath; Kootenai; Kwakiutl; Lakota; Lakota Sioux; Mahican; Maidu; Makah; Malecite; Mandan; Manhattan; Maricopa; Marquette; Menominee; Michigan; Mission Indians; Modoc; Mohave; Mohawk; Mohegan; Montagnais; NMU 2008 Indigenous Earth Day Summit; Narragansett; Naskapi; Natchez; Native America Calling; Native American; Native American Theology; Navajo; Navajo Times; New Mexico; Nez Percé; Nootka; North American Theology; Northern Michigan University; Northern Michigan University Native American Studies; OOdham; Ojibwa; Okanogan; Oklahoma; Omaha; Oneida; Onondaga; Osage; Oto; Ottawa; Paiute; Papago; Pawnee; Pennacook; Penobscot; Pequot; Pima; Pomo; Ponca; Potawatomi; Powhatan; Pueblo; Puyallup; Quapaw; Quechan; Rosebud; Sabaoth; Sacagawea; Salish; Santee; Sarsi; Sauk; See Sac; Seminole; Seneca; Shawnee; Shoshone; Shuswap Sioux; Sioux; Sioux Nation; South Dakota; Southwest Intertribal Voice; Sulfide mining; TV; Tillie Black Bear; Tobacco Nation; Tsimshian; Turtle Island; Turtle Island Project; Tuscarora; United Nations; United States; Upper Peninsula; Ute; Ventre; Wampanoag; Wappinger; Washo; Wichita; Winnebago; Wyandot; Yakima; Yamasee; Yankton Sioux; Yellow Dog Plains; Yokuts; Yuma; Yurok; acid; acid mine; acid mine drainage; conference; eagle; earth day; ecology; environment; environmental; global warming; grain; indigenous; interfaith; intolerance; l OOdham; lake superior; media; multicultural; nature; planet; pluralism; pollution; prejudice; racism; respect; rivers; species extinction; state of Michigan; sulfide; sulfide mine; sulfuric acid; tree; trees; tribe; truth; wild rice; wildlife; world; world news
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